Oct 23 02:27

Uber Passenger Films Trump Argument with His Driver

"Bill Clinton has a black kid?!"

There are a lot of people commenting on the video itself, and they are all supporting the driver.

Oct 22 07:27

America, land of opportunity? Not for young people, study says

The United States is supposed to be a land of opportunity where young people can expect their quality of life will be better than their parents’. But the U.S. isn’t even in the top 20 countries when it comes to opportunities for young people. The U.S. ranks 23 on a list of 183 countries based on 18 indicators that measure progress for youth ages 15 to 29. All of the top nine countries are in Europe, with Japan rounding out the top 10.

Oct 22 06:45

Why public education trains you to forget everything you ‘learn’: so you’ll forget ongoing .01% rogue state crimes centered in illegal Wars of Aggression, looting, and lying. Ready to apply real-world education for the brighter future you’ve always wanted

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

A rational and objective view of public education has game-changing conclusions that include:

The more one “learns” for exams, the more is quickly forgotten as irrelevant and misleading data points.
This trend to forget/abandon what was “learned” is easily proven with adults’ reflection of how almost all of what was learned is never used.
This overarching conclusion that public education crams continuous unconnected data points into children they quickly forget to prepare for the next round of never-used data points is enforced by the omission of what is most important to learn: an ongoing US rogue state empire of lie-started and illegal Wars of Aggression, bankster looting in the tens of trillions, and corporate media lying to “cover” these crimes.

Corporate media includes publication of our public school textbooks.

Oct 21 08:48

Niantic School Cancels Halloween Parade, Bans Costumes

“This decision was based on many factors including safety and exclusion of students. With increasing societal safety concerns, the number of adults who attend this event, some in costumes, poses a potential safety threat,” Principal Melissa DeLoreto said in a statement.

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Oct 21 08:11


Faculty at the University of Toronto are up in arms following a professor’s refusal to use ‘genderless pronouns.’

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I don't see what the problem is. "Moron", "Idiot", and "clueless" are all gender-neutral!

Oct 21 06:46

Fact-Checking Hillary Clinton's Presidential Debate Lies

How do you avoid breaking your campaign entitlement promises?
Kill off the suckers that believed you enough to put you in office.

Oct 20 15:47

Prop. 51 Versus a State-Owned Bank: How California Can Save $10 Billion on a $9 Billion Loan

School districts are notoriously short of funding – so short that some California districts have succumbed to Capital Appreciation Bonds that will cost taxpayers as much is 10 to 15 times principal by the time they are paid off.

Oct 20 07:47

Prop. 51 Versus a State-Owned Bank: How California Can Save $10 Billion on a $9 Billion Loan

School districts are notoriously short of funding – so short that some California districts have succumbed to Capital Appreciation Bonds that will cost taxpayers as much is 10 to 15 times principal by the time they are paid off. By comparison, California’s Prop. 51, the school bond proposal currently on the ballot, looks like a good deal. It would allow the state to borrow an additional $9 billion for educational purposes by selling general obligation bonds to investors at an assumed interest rate of 5%, with the bonds issued over a five-year period and repaid over 30 years. $9 billion × 5% × 35 equals $15.75 billion in interest – nearly twice principal, but not too bad compared to the Capital Appreciation Bond figures.

Oct 19 10:26

Nauru, Refugees and Australia’s “Torture Complex”

Two items of interest have tickled the airwaves and triggered some commentary over the last few days. The first was an ABC Four Corners program covering the fate of refugees in the detention facility on Nauru, known euphemistically as a “processing centre” costing $35.3 million a year to the Australian tax payer.

The Four Corners program was, in turn, informed by a significant Amnesty International report, aptly titled Island of Despair, which was released on Monday night.[1] That report examined the rather ghoulish extent the Australian government, with its Nauru satraps, has been going about the business of “processing” boat arrivals.

In the sobering words of the report, Australia’s government had furthered “a policy to deter people arriving by boat” calculated to inflict “intolerable cruelty and the destruction of the physical and mental integrity of hundreds of children, men and children,” an approach “chosen as a tool of government policy.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

OK, as a native Californian, I get why illegal immigration is such an horrific problem, on so many levels.

So, Prime Minister Turnbull, repatriate the parents: fine.

But what about the children, who really didn't make the choice to come on such a perilous journey; what about them, sir?!?

Can the country of Australia not partner with some universal adoption agencies which could treat these kids kindly and humanely, and give them a shot at getting adopted by loving families which provide them with the kind of love and structure necessary for leading productive lives?!?

And why this compassionate alternative is not at all being considered by the Australian Parliament just baffles me.

I've been to Sidney when Mike worked there for a couple of projects; the people I met were kind-hearted, bright, and very outspoken.

I cannot believe that Sidneysiders, and the rest of Australia, would have a hard time with such an approach for these kids.

Oct 19 09:52

Black teen’s leg amputated after school employee repeatedly body slams him and sends him home on bus

A black Georgia teenager lost his leg about a month after a behavioral specialist working at his school threw him to the floor multiple times and then denied him medical treatment.

The 13-year-old student underwent amputation Tuesday, five weeks after the specialist — identified as Bryant Mosley — slammed him to the ground Sept. 12 at an alternative school in Muscogee County, reported the Ledger-Enquirer.

The boy, identified as Montravious Thomas, was enrolled in the school district’s AIM program after he was temporarily removed from East Columbus Middle School for unspecified violations of behavior rules.

His attorney said the boy was leaving his classroom for the main office, where he planned to call his mother for a ride, on his first day at the school when Mosley stopped him for an unknown reason and threw the teen to the ground up to three times to stop him from walking out.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The person who did this, the service for which he allegedly worked, Mentoring and Behavioral Services, and this school should be sued out of existence for what happened here, and Thomas should have all of his medical needs, as in getting fitted with continuing prostheses, physical therapy, and schooling, paid for by the state of Georgia which allowed this to happen, so that it never, ever happens to any African-American kid again here, or in any other part of the country, period, end of discussion.

And BTW, how hell does slamming ANY kid to the ground repeated times be construed as one of the many possible" “holistic behavior approaches” to student discipline?!?!

Oct 19 01:15

Scholars in Support of Donald Trump to be the Next President of the United States

The following statement of support for Donald Trump is intended to counteract the dishonest presentation of this promising presidential candidate by much of the national media. Those who have attached their signatures to this statement are accredited scholars, mostly with PhD s, who are endorsing Donald Trump as a credible candidate for the presidency and as the only barrier now standing between us and (Heaven forfend!) the election of Hillary Clinton. It is our hope that the appearance of this statement on respected websites will generate signatures from other scholars and that our statement of support can be placed in the national press. We are fully aware that signing this statement will not bring the signatory the same professional rewards as speaking at a conference on why Trump is a “fascist” or on why he reminds one of the late German Fuhrer.

Oct 18 08:12

'Doofus Bernie': #PodestaEmails11 reveal more contempt for Sanders

The 11th tranche of emails from John Podesta has been released by WikiLeaks. The batch includes discussion around Clinton's potential vice presidential candidates and further evidence of contempt for Bernie Sanders within the campaign.

It’s understood this leak comprises almost 2,000 emails, of a total of 50,000 from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair which the whistleblowing website claims to possess.

Oct 17 08:57

Decimated Services for Traumatized Chicago Students to Get Federal Funding

As gun violence soars in Chicago, public schools have not been able to devote enough resources to basic counseling assistance — let alone to helping traumatized students.

A new $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will support more mental health services at 10 high schools on the South and West sides of the city, where students are at high risk of exposure to violence.

Oct 16 11:04

A Law Professor and Police Officer Explain Why You Should Never Talk To Cops

Mr. James Duane, a professor at Regent Law School and a former defense attorney, tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police. In Part 2, An experienced police officer, Officer George Bruch of the Virginia Beach Police Dept., tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.

Oct 15 11:19

Time to Rescue Millennials, College-Educated Voters From College Debt

This is kick ass!

Young Americans of the millennial generation and others with college degrees need urgent relief from the $1.3 trillion in accumulated tuition debt they owe, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said at a campaign rally in Columbus, Ohio.

"We [are going to] lower the cost of college and solve the tuition debt crisis… We are going to work [it] out."

Trump vowed that if elected to be the next US president he would threaten to remove tax exemption from wealthy endowments enjoyed by many US educational institutions if colleges did not use that wealth to cut their tuition costs.

Oct 14 12:08

U of Florida offers 24/7 counseling for students ‘troubled’ by Halloween costumes

The University of Florida wants students to know that if they’re offended or scared by Halloween, there’s counselors on hand to walk them through the traumatic experience.

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And Hillary thinks she can win a war with these PC-ed wimps?!?

Oct 11 14:17

Structural Racism In Higher Ed Hiring: The Case Of CCP

Why can’t I get a full time job after working 30 years as an adjunct professor and advisor? This is the question of Linda D. Evans, PhD, who has taught and advised at the Community College of Philadelphia for three decades. She carries around overstuffed manila folders with the statement of employment discrimination that she filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a Pennsylvania Humans Relations Commission questionnaire. There is a copy of the adjunct seniority list where her name appears. She also has a copy of a letter she sent to Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney pleading for help, among other documents.

Oct 11 08:57

The Podesta emails: an unaware and compliant citizenry

And as I've mentioned, we've all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly. This problem demands some serious, serious thinking - and not just poll driven, demographically-inspired messaging.

Oct 10 19:59

How the Government is Manipulating America’s Youth

Waking Times

Few would disagree that this country’s school system is, at best, behind the times; at worst, stifling unique perspectives and creativity, and effectively the future. With all that we have discovered about the way the mind works, and how each child learns in their own specific way, in their own time, it should be clear to all that each child has a special unique way of seeing the world that should be celebrated instead of suppressed or controlled. Yet our school system continues to use standardized testing and conformation techniques designed to mold each distinct and thriving individual into yet another perfectly conformed subservient consumer.

Oct 09 12:55

Dr. Kevin Barrett to Speak in Denver: “Recent False Flag Operations on Monday 10/10

Recent False Flag Operationsphoto_kevin-barrett
Monday, October 10, 2016
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Journeys for Conscious Living/Unity Church
7401 W. 59th Avenue
Arvada, Colorado
Note: This is a ranch-style, stucco building on the NW corner of W. 59th Avenue and Vance Street. Parking lot is in the back of the building. Kevin Barrett, Ph.D., is an Arab and Islamic Studies expert and one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror. He is the author or lead editor of seven books, including his new False Flag Trilogy.

Oct 09 12:53

Dr. Kevin Barrett to Speak in Denver: “Recent False Flag Operations on Monday 10/10

Recent False Flag Operationsphoto_kevin-barrett
Monday, October 10, 2016
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Journeys for Conscious Living/Unity Church
7401 W. 59th Avenue
Arvada, Colorado
Note: This is a ranch-style, stucco building on the NW corner of W. 59th Avenue and Vance Street. Parking lot is in the back of the building. Kevin Barrett, Ph.D., is an Arab and Islamic Studies expert and one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror. He is the author or lead editor of seven books, including his new False Flag Trilogy.

Oct 07 15:30

Millennial Student Loan Debt

There are currently about 54 million millennials entering the workforce in the US, and for many of them, the idea of buying a home isn’t an immediate goal. That’s because the majority (70%) are under an enormous amount of student debt. Large school loans are motivating many millennials to put off their first home purchase until they pay down some or all of their education expenses. The delay is having an immediate impact on the housing markets.

Oct 06 14:48

Columbia University To Host No-Whites-Allowed Student Leadership Retreat

Students of color at Columbia University can apply to attend an upcoming racially segregated retreat hosted by the school that promises to embolden and empower participants, according to organizers.

The “Students of Color Leadership Retreat 2016” is open to students within the Columbia University undergraduate community, including its all-women’s Barnard College.

Oct 06 13:33

Lethbridge professor accused of anti-Semitism suspended

A professor alleged to be promoting conspiracy theories and denying the Holocaust has been suspended without pay by the University of Lethbridge.

Anthony Hall is suspended pending the outcome of an internal investigation into possible violations of the Human Rights Act, university officials said in a statement.

B'nai Brith Canada called for Hall's termination after questions about an anti-Semitic Facebook post made on his page by a third party. The group also alleges the professor uses his academic credentials to deny the Holocaust and promote various conspiracy theories.

Oct 06 10:52

The Case For A Right To Education

In September, a unique lawsuit was filed in Michigan against Gov. Rick Snyder and numerous state education officials, claiming that students in Detroit are being denied their constitutional right to literacy. The 133-page complaint, filed by the pro-bono Los Angeles-based firm Public Counsel, is attempting to gain class action status.

Oct 05 13:42

False EU Referendum Claims ‘Not Important,’ Didn’t Influence Outcome – Brexit Secretary

Although mistruths were claimed by both sides of Britain’s EU referendum, such “hyperbole” was unimportant and did not influence the outcome, the UK’s Brexit secretary has claimed. His comments came as the leader of the pro-Brexit party UKIP resigned.

Speaking at the Conservatives’ conference in Birmingham on Tuesday, Brexit secretary David Davis admitted that claims made by both sides of the referendum couldn’t be “repeated on oath.”

Oct 05 11:00

Texas Lawmakers Want Schools To Teach Kids How To Behave During Traffic Stops

Texas politicians are deliberating a bill to require schools teach teenagers how to comply with police during traffic stops. The local Black Lives Matter has called the proposal “an insult,” and accused lawmakers of “trying to satisfy” police unions.

“Students need to know what their rights are. It is not as simple as “obey and complain” – it’s too simplistic,” Senator John Whitmire told the Senate Criminal Justice Committee during a three-hour hearing on Tuesday.

Oct 05 07:33


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And just how does this prepare a graduate to find a job with which to pay back those student loans?

Oct 04 22:09

Shawnee Mission East principal cracks down on underground newspaper The Eastonian

This guy has a sexual assault scandal going on at his school. This would appear to be a diversion.It is an online paper put together off school grounds on the students time. This guy thinks he can ban it and expel the students who publish it. They are using the bullying excuse. Poor delicate things.

PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. -- The principal of Shawnee Mission East High School is appealing to parents to help him stop the spread of an underground publication that he says is harming students.

"It is created by students," said John McKinney, the school principal. "We don’t feel it is a very large number of students. The vast majority of students have made it very clear to me that they want it to end. You have students coming to me saying, 'we want this to end. Please help us.'"

Oct 04 09:09


Like life itself, technologies evolve. So it is that the telephone became the smartphone, that near-at-hand portal to the information superhighway. We have held these powerful devices in the palms of our hands for the better part of a decade now, but there is a palpable sense that in recent years something has shifted, that our relationship with technology is becoming more intimate. Some people worry that one day soon we might physically attach computer chips to our minds, but we don’t actually need to plug ourselves in: proximity is a red herring. The real issue is the seamless way in which we are already hybridising our cognitive space with our devices. In ways both quotidian and profound, they are becoming extensions of our minds.

Oct 03 10:23

Education Secretary John King: Homeschooled Students Not ‘Getting the Range of Options’ They Should

U.S. Secretary of Education John King says he is worried that homeschooled children aren’t “getting the range of options that are good for all kids,” a remark that is drawing strong reactions from homeschooling parents across the nation.
The Heritage Foundation’s Lindsey Burke provided Politico Pro’s (subscription only) report on King’s recent remarks to reporters at a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor. Burke writes at the Daily Signal:

King—although he conceded that there are homeschooling families who are doing well—told the audience he worries that homeschooled students aren’t “getting the range of options that are good for all kids.” According to Politico:

King said he worries that ‘students who are homeschooled are not getting kind of the rapid instructional experience they would get in school’—unless parents are “very intentional about it”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Common Core has wrecked the educational system in this country, to the point where kids have a really hard time thinking critically, and in a solution oriented way; it has dumbed down the American student to the point where basic grammar, syntax, and basic math are no longer valued, or taught, in any meaningful way.

King should be very proud of himself for that.

Meanwhile, the US is completely behind the 8 ball in terms of educational achievement against many of the countries in the world, like Finland and South Korea; how in heaven's name are Americans going to compete internationally if they do not have the math and language skills to enable them to do that?!?

Oct 03 09:24

Virginia teenager on free school lunch program is handcuffed, arrested and charged with larceny for taking 65 cent carton of milk from cafeteria

A Virginia middle school student was handcuffed, arrested and charged with larceny for 'stealing' a 65 cent carton of milk from the cafeteria – even though he was on the school’s free lunch program.

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But the Wall Street bankers committing fraud and Hillary committing felony violations of Title 18 get off Scott-free! Is this a great country or what?

Oct 03 07:30

#PUSSIFICATION: Duke University Has A PROGRAM To Make Males HATE Masculinity

Dear Parents: If you want your son to be turned into a prancing dandy who despises his masculinity and suppresses the testosterone fog that God and nature hardwired him to dwell in, then send him to Duke University.

‘The Duke Men’s Project’, which should be renamed ‘The Duke Make Men Pussies Project’, was launched this month.

Guess who’s hosting it?

Well, if you guess the campus’ Women’s Center then pat yourself on the back because you guessed right.

What could go wrong, eh?

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Oct 01 11:05

Oil, Power and Money: “Assad Must Go”

Secret cables and reports by the U.S., Saudi and Israeli intelligence agencies indicate that the moment Assad rejected the Qatari pipeline, military and intelligence planners quickly arrived at the consensus that fomenting a Sunni uprising in Syria to overthrow the uncooperative Bashar Assad was a feasible path to achieving the shared objective of completing the Qatar/Turkey gas link. In 2009, according to WikiLeaks, soon after Bashar Assad rejected the Qatar pipeline, the CIA began funding opposition groups in Syria. — Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Why the Arabs don’t want us in Syria, Politico

The conflict in Syria is not a war in the conventional sense of the word. It is a regime change operation, just like Libya and Iraq were regime change operations.

The main driver of the conflict is the country that’s toppled more than 50 sovereign governments since the end of World War 2. (See: Bill Blum here.) We’re talking about the United States of course.

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I would respectfully submit to the author that a lot of Americans have awakened to the evil their government is doing, are mad as hell, and in the most peaceful way possible, are not going to put up with it anymore!!

Oct 01 08:29

Most Americans Would Rather See $38 Billion Invested In Vets & Education Than Israeli Military Aid

The announcement of a massive new aid package recently offered to Israel isn’t sitting well with many Americans, who would rather see the money used domestically, according to a new online poll.

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"Well, it's not up to you to decide how we spend your money! As long as I have anything to say about it, Israel is your master, and you damned well better get used to it!" -- Hitlery

Sep 30 20:09

Critics question spending of librarian's 4 millon dollar donation.

Library cataloger Robert Morin donated his $4 million estate to the University of New Hampshire.

What the University did with the money, though, is raising eyebrows:
It put $100,000 toward the Dimond Library, where Morin worked, and with much of the remaining gift, the university wrote a controversial check.
It put $1 million toward a video scoreboard for its new $25 million football stadium.
To many, the football scoreboard seems out of sync with the life of a library employee with a reported passion for movies and books.

Sep 29 17:02

Teen defends the 2nd Amendment, school orders psych evaluation

A high school senior in New Jersey was suspended from school and ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation after officials discovered he’d completed an anti-gun-control project for a class.

Sep 29 13:38

ETSU student in gorilla mask charged after disrupting Black Lives Matter protest

JOHNSON CITY, TENN. - A student at East Tennessee State University has been charged after disrupting a Black Lives Matter event on campus by wearing a gorilla mask, carrying around a rope and trying to hand out bananas.

According to WCYB, Tristan Rettke, a freshman at the school, is charged with one count of civil rights intimidation in connection with the incident Wednesday afternoon.

Sep 29 12:31

Student Suspended, Visited by Cops, Forced Psych Eval — For Pro 2nd Amendment School Project

The incident began Monday after Harvey, as many students sometimes do, left his USB drive in the computer lab. Another student opened Harvey’s 11th-grade project and reported him to school officials.

At 7pm Monday evening, Harvey’s family said they were paid a visit by local law enforcement, who investigated Harvey’s claims the project was from last school year, and cleared him of any criminal mischief.

But that apparently wasn’t enough to satisfy the Manville School District who suspended and then promptly ordered Harvey to undergo a 5-hour psychological evaluation stemming from the months later discovery of his anti-gun control project.

It seems the teacher, who assigned the work, can no longer recall having done so. But the 12th grader disagrees and so does his family.

Harvey said his teacher approved his topic (against gun control), he completed the project, and received an “A” for his efforts.

Sep 29 12:30

School Police Have Used Electroshock Weapons On At Least 4 Kids Since August

The video starts with a fight between two high school girls. It ends with both of them on the ground, screaming, after having thousands of volts of electricity shot into their bodies. The entire incident lasts less than one minute.

The two girls are part of a group of at least four students that school-based police officers have used Tasers on since the start of the 2016-2017 school year, according to media reports The Huffington Post has tracked. Nationwide, school police have used Tasers on students in at least 84 other incidents since 2011, according to an August HuffPost investigation.

Sep 28 12:56

Education Department Terminates Agency That Allowed Predatory For-Profit Colleges To Thrive

The Education Department announced last week that it is stripping the powers of one of the nation’s largest accreditors of for-profit schools.

The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, or ACICS, has been under scrutiny for continuing to accredit colleges whose students had strikingly poor outcomes.

Sep 27 15:20

Building a simple crystal radio.

A crystal radio is the distilled essence of a radio. It has very few parts, it needs no batteries or other power source, and it can be built in a short time out of things you can find around the house.

The reason a crystal radio does not need any batteries is the amazing capabilities of the human ear. The ear is extremely sensitive to very faint sounds. The crystal radio uses only the energy of the radio waves sent by radio transmitters.

Sep 27 10:11

Diamond review: Loans 'should replace' tuition fees grant

A grant covering Welsh students' tuition fees should be replaced with support for living costs instead, a review of university finance has said.

All students would receive £1,000 a year before a means tested grant, according to an expert panel led by Prof Sir Ian Diamond.

A student from a family on average income could receive £7,000 a year.

But the current £5,100 grant towards tuition fees would be replaced by loans.

Sep 27 10:08

Experts suggest 9 weed strains to get you through a presidential debate

We would recommend Super Sour Diesel Haze with a White Rhino concentrate 91% THC chaser. Happy Trails!

Tonight's debates have all the excitement of a national sporting event, with the added joy of extreme global consequences. For some, this may be too much to handle. So for people who don't want to drink alcohol or meditate to deal with their anxiety, Oregon's legal cannabis might be the answer. We turned to the experts to find out which strains of weed are most likely to get you through tonight without too much trauma.

Sep 27 07:08

The Case Against Veganism — Carefully Researched Book Spills the Beans

Story at-a-glance -
There doesn’t appear to be a single population of any significant size in the history of the world who survived on an exclusively plant-based diet, so from a health perspective, there’s little support for the strict veganism idealized today
Veganism involves the complete exclusion of ALL types of animal products — not just meat and animal organs, but also products obtained from live animals, such as dairy and eggs. It also excludes seafood
A vegetarian diet that includes some animal foods in the form of eggs, dairy and fish, makes for a healthy balanced diet that supplies all the critical nutrients your body needs for optimal health

Sep 26 14:45

OMG PC : Hofstra University Provides ‘Trigger Warning’ for Presidential Debate

According to CBS New York reporter Tony Aiello, a sign inside of the student center at Hofstra reads, “Trigger warning: The event conducted just beyond this sign may contain triggering and/or sensitive material. Sexual violence, sexual assault, and abuse are some topics mentioned within this event. If you feel triggered, please know there are resources to help you.”

Sep 26 09:27


Even in the deadliest years, the chance of a student or adult being killed at school is roughly one in a million. By contrast, roughly five out of every 100,000 American residents are murdered each year. Extrapolating from this, schools are somewhere in the region of 50 times safer than society overall.
Now here's the most tragic part....

And yet you’d never know that from the level of fear that exists around schools—or from the vast amount of money we spend attempting to make them more secure. The research company IHS Technology recently estimated that schools and universities spent about $768 million on security measures in 2014—a sum that it predicted would rise to roughly $907 million for 2016. That’s an awful lot of money to spend at a time when state and local budget cuts are limiting educational opportunities for students across the country.

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Well, THAT's positive reinforcement for you!!

But seriously, if I even thought for a moment that an altercation between an officer and my child would result in her being dumped, dragged, and arrested for a minor infraction of school policies, I would get that kid out of that school so quickly, it would make the principal's head spin.

But what this kind of behaviour ultimately teaches kids is that the Authority Figures are always right, even when they are not, and have the power to physically overwhelm, and severely punish you.

As kids who are taught this way, when these children get to become young adults, the State becomes the teacher/officer, and still has the brutal power to silence, and crush you, even to death, even when what you are saying is legitimate.

Look at what the US government is doing to Chelsea Manning, to get a good concept of where this ultimately winds up.

Telling truth to power becomes dangerous, so most people just suck up the lies that ultimately will destroy their lives, if they are not careful.

Sep 26 07:34

New attack on free speech: Pro-Israel groups wage war on campus freedom

College campuses traditionally have been the sites of social and political protest — the combination of youth, intellectual energy, free speech, and academic freedom is a powerful catalyst for vibrant and often heated debate. Given the strain this can sometimes place on the equilibrium of universities, it is not surprising to see limits placed on speech and action. What is unusual is for pressure to come from groups outside the university. That’s precisely what is happening today when it comes to the topic of Israel and Palestine, and the overreach of some pro-Israel organizations into campus free speech is such that even those who oppose an academic boycott of Israel have condemned their actions.

Sep 25 09:07

Teacher kicks student out of class for being Trump supporter

This Student gets kicked out of class for supporting Donald Trump?
I found that video on a special platform (young news channel) and I know you guys do not watch Youtube. So I saw that video has only 500 clicks and more people have to see this shit. It deserves more viewer.

Trump supporters are treated so bad by so called democrats! Is that democratic? NO. I fucking do not believe it.

Sep 24 08:32

North Carolina high school teacher made her students compare speeches by Hitler and Trump, say outraged parents

One parent told Fox News that the frequent episodes of Trump-bashing made their child uncomfortable in class. That is what motivated one of the students to record the teacher.

'My son was very uncomfortable,' one father said. 'He felt like she was attacking anybody who liked Trump or anybody's parents who liked Trump. She didn't say anything bad about any other politician.'

The teacher is also being accused of making students watch video clips of speeches by the Fuhrer – and then giving assignments requiring them to make comparisons to Trump's speeches.

'She compared the Hitler speeches to things that Trump says – stuff like nationalism to making the country stronger,' one parent said. 'They played a video showing Hitler's speeches – translated into English.'

Once the teacher discovered that students had secretly recorded her, she confiscated their cell phones.

Sep 23 18:18

Unschooling: Radical Education That Produces Free Human Beings Instead of Slaves

Let’s talk about the “education system,” that cornerstone of civilized societies everywhere.

We all know that the future lies in the hands of our children. That’s why parents want to do everything they can to give their kids a good start in life. We make careful choices about the food they eat, the friends they hang out with, and the education they receive.

Unfortunately, over the past decades, the education system in America has been churning out kids who are less interested in the world around them, more dependent on others for safety, and programmed to accept whatever information they’re provided without question.

Sep 23 11:14

Modern education is Pavlovian conditioning

Assessing the problems in American public education and academia elicits standard responses that are generally trite and multitude. “Lack of funding,”, or “adequately trained teachers,” often round out the usual replies, yet system-generated solutions to the perceived problems are always external in nature (especially given the problems are themselves system-generated).

Sep 22 14:09

“Tiny Act of Bigotry”: Saying a Student’s Name Wrong Is Now a Microaggression That Can “Hinder Academic Progress”

Apparently that doesn't mean she's calling you a bigot if you mispronounce a kid's name... it just means you have "room to grow" from committing "tiny acts of bigotry" that "truly negates" a kid's "identity" (like public school doesn't attempt to do that already).

Sep 22 07:33

Black British students ‘psychologically damaged by white curriculum’

Universities across Britain might be causing psychological distress to black students because they’re forced to learn about mostly white Europeans, the National Union of Students (NUS) leader has said.

NUS president Malia Bouattia, herself a black woman of Algerian heritage, believes that as most higher education is based on “Eurocentric” subjects, non-white undergraduates end up lagging behind.

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I hate to be the one to point this out, but those universities ARE in Europe, and I note that nobody mentions the educational focus of universities in Africa, which I presume do teach about African issues.

Sep 21 10:42

Over 100 Education Groups Want To Kick Cops Out Of Schools

Law enforcement officers were regularly stationed in 10 percent of schools in 1997. By 2014, school resource officers were stationed in about one-third of schools. Now, two decades since the number of school-based police officers started to explode, a coalition of over 100 education and social justice organizations are calling for a course correction.

The Dignity in Schools Campaign ? a coalition of organizations, parents and students from 27 states ? wants heavily policed campuses to be a thing of the past. It released a set of recommendations on Wednesday to promote alternatives to harsh school discipline and youth criminalization. DSC members plan to present the guidance to lawmakers during congressional briefings later in the day.

The new recommendations are the strongest that DSC member organizations ? groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund ? have ever made collectively on the issue of school policing

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Schools should never feel like minimum security prisons, ever!!

Sep 21 08:06

Modern Education is Pavlovian Conditioning

From its inception, the architects of the American public education system, and its corollary system of “higher education” in the college and university system, were established explicitly for the purpose of reorienting classical modes of pedagogy for “democratic,” “socialistic,” “utopian,” and “egalitarian” techniques of state conditioning that would confer “personhood” on the individual pupil through integration into the collective, allowing for a smoother transition into the Comtean civic religion of scientistic naturalism, paying obeisance to the gods of state, as life would be lived out in the “New Jerusalem” of the public-private cubicle.

Sep 20 07:50

UC Berkeley reinstates Palestine course, but tried to change content

UC Berkeley has reinstated a student-led class on the history of Palestine suspended on 13 September, following sustained outcry by students, members of faculty, lawyers and supporters of campus free speech and academic freedom.

More than 40 off-campus Israel-aligned groups – along with the campus’ Hillel chapter – had pressured the university and its outgoing chancellor, Nicholas Dirks, to censor the class.

The groups claimed it was a venue for “political indoctrination.”

There are indications that an Israeli government official and the heads of Israeli universities also acted to pressure the Berkeley administration.

Sep 18 19:03

Modern Education is Pavlovian Conditioning

Waking Times

The very presupposition of the modern debates over education are precisely concerned with how to fix a “broken system,” yet I propose the system is functioning perfectly as it was intended: The goal of public education and academia is not education, but socialization and Pavlovian social engineering.

Sep 18 14:03

Berkeley Bans A Palestine Class

Suspending a course in the middle of a semester is one of the most serious actions a university can take. On Sept. 13, Dean Carla Hesse of the University of California at Berkeley did exactly that to a student-taught DeCal class about Palestine.

Sep 18 09:47

Gender studies prof rips down 9/11 memorial posters

Members of the Young Americans for Freedom chapter at Saddleback College had their 9/11 memorial posters ripped down and shredded by the chair of the school’s History department.

According to The New Guard, the students were participating in the Young America’s Foundation “9/11: Never Forget” project, which involves planting 2,977 American flags to remember the lives lost 15 years ago on 9/11, when they were accosted by the professor, who proceeded to rip down their posters and direct them to confine their activities to one of the “free speech areas” on campus.

Sep 18 09:00

York University fires employee for opposing genocide

Dear Mamdouh Shoukri,

I am appalled at the news that technician Nikolaos Balaskas has been fired from York University for posting anti-Zionist material on his Facebook page.

Zionism is a genocidal ideology. By definition, it seeks to establish a “Jewish State” on Palestinian land. The Zionist project requires the murder or expulsion of most or all Palestinians from their homeland, along with the destruction of Palestinian culture, which is a natural outgrowth of the people’s relationship to their land. This is genocide, physical and cultural, by any definition, including those prevailing under international law. International Law Professor Francis Boyle of the University of Illinois, and (Jewish) history professor Lawrence Davidson of West Chester University, have, taken together, provided the arguments and documentation proving the “Zionism is genocide” equation beyond a reasonable doubt.

Why has your university has fired an employee for opposing genocide?

Sep 17 10:28

This Might Just Be The Scariest Tweet You Will Ever Read In Your Life

Without further ado, what may possibly be the scariest Tweet you will ever read in your entire life:

Sep 16 13:23

New video shows mob of Yale students encircling professor and angrily demanding an apology after he told them to 'just look away' if they were offended by racist Halloween costumes

New videos have surfaced of a Yale professor being protested and yelled at by students for sending an email telling them to ignore people dressed in offensive or racist Halloween costumes last year.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What a bunch of whiners modern college kids have become. I sure as hell would not give them a job. It would be more trouble than it was worth!

Sep 16 09:26

Berkeley Suspends Palestine Class Midway Through Semester

A University of California, Berkeley class, ‘Palestine: A Settler-Colonial Analysis’, was suspended after Chancellor Nicholas Dirks determined that the student teaching the course had not followed the appropriate procedures for its approval.

The one-credit student-taught class has become the center of a bitter debate. The class was meant to teach the history of Palestine “from the 1880s to the present, through the lens of settler colonialism,” its syllabus once read, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The syllabus has since been removed.

Sep 15 11:08

Invaders Cost Germany $5.9 Billion In Welfare

The number of nonwhite invaders posing as asylum seekers in Germany and receiving welfare has tripled from 2014, and last year €5.3 billion ($5.91 billion) in welfare handouts were paid out, new official figures have revealed.

According to a statement issued by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), the recipients of the handouts claimed to come from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, “other Asia,” Eritrea, Nigeria, Somalia, and the “rest of Africa.”

Sep 15 10:22

Berkeley Student Mob Shuts Down Pro-Trump Demonstration [VIDEO]

Students at University of California, Berkeley repeatedly disrupted a pro-Trump demonstration this past Monday, shouting obscenities at Project Veritas activists before completely shutting it down.

Sep 14 09:30


Two lawyers hired by the City University of New York to investigate alleged instances of anti-Semitism found that expressions of political opposition to the State of Israel are not inherently anti-Semitic, and that such expressions are protected under the First Amendment.

Sep 13 11:55

NPR Station Publishes Anti-Trump Comic for Teachers, Children to Use in Class

San Francisco Bay Area NPR affiliate KQED has published a comic book guide to Donald Trump’s immigration policy, aimed at students, which is titled “Fear of Foreigners” and casts Trump as part of the “History of Nativism in America.”
The comic book slide show, illustrated by Andy Warner, is part of KQED’s series “The Lowdown,” described by the station as “Connecting newsroom to classroom,” and is presented among “lesson plans and education guides” for teachers to use.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'm sorry: KQED just crossed a line here, and should have its broadcasting license revoked.

Substituting clever demagoguery for history, and particularly demonstrating rampant political favoritism in an election year, is a big, tacky, hairy no-no.

The executives at KQED should have known better; but because they were obviously indulging in the process of "collective magical thinking", they didn't believe that this little bit of trickery would be found out.

Sorry, guys and gals: you're busted on this one!!

Sep 13 10:55

FACEPALM! Video: Liberals Outraged after Trump Kids Kill Triceratops, Pterodactyl

“The only reason they’re doing it is because they have the money to do it,” one man says...

Sep 13 09:38


Writing in the Forward, Seffi Kogen suggests that BDS pushes Jewish students out of social justice work on campuses across the country — because, when faced with the choice between supporting activism and supporting Israel, Jews have to choose Israel. But the problem facing Jewish student activists isn’t BDS or intersectionality: it’s the occupation, and the Jewish establishment’s support for an unjust status quo.

Sep 13 09:21

Mind Control Vs. Freedom

Has it occurred to you that virtually no college in America teaches a course in individual freedom? Make no mistake about it, the technocrats/social engineers have a plan. They intend to program brains to fit their values-agenda. Whatever opposes that agenda is called a “mental disorder,” which needs to be corrected and erased.

Sep 13 08:27

The Age of Cryptocurrency Book Review

The book is written by Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey. I have to be upfront about this book, it’s not a nuts and bolts guide on how to actually use Bitcoin. What it does do is give a detailed history about the digital currency. It explains the reasons why and how the currency was created, and it also gives a number of compelling reasons for everyday people to learn about the currency and to get started using it...

Sep 12 10:33

Danish School Under Fire For White Flight

The goal of these multicultists was to enforce a 50/50 ratio of Danish/non-Europeans in each class as a means to force integration. Well it didn’t turn into peace, love, unicorns and rainbows as they expected. It created White flight among Danish students. They never considered the feelings and experiences of Danish teens who are forced to go to school with the children of hostile invaders.

Sep 12 09:30


A singular orthodoxy has infiltrated the discursive and parameters of U.S. and other universities and colleges. This orthodoxy now constitutes the ethical vocabulary of academia. Adopted from feminism, anti-racism, and LGBTQ theory and practice, the language, doctrines, and mechanisms of this orthodoxy now dominate academia's policies, procedures and handbooks. The terminology has become the vernacular among the swelling ranks of administrators, especially the relatively new cohort of chief diversity officers, directors of diversity, associate provosts of diversity, assistant provosts of diversity, diversity consultants, and so on and so on. I refer not merely to the orthodoxy of "diversity," but in particular to "diversity" initiativesas they are currently administered, using a particular set of policies, procedures, and mechanisms: trigger warnings, safe spaces, bias reporting, and the like.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Universities used to be about looking at controversial ideas which may well not mirror one's own thoughts; not today in the US educational system.

When these kids get out in the real world, and they realize just how brutally competitive the corporate workplace is, how are they ever going to function?!?

There are no "safe spaces"; no "trigger reports" no "bias response teams" in the real world; you either function, brilliantly, or you die, professionally.

It is just that simple.

Sep 10 11:14

The strangest military gear on campus police’s back to school shopping list

Through the Department of Defense’s 1033 program, police departments are eligible to receive secondhand supplies once used by the U.S. military. Among the participating agencies are those hired by public educational institutions – state colleges, universities, and K-12 school districts.

In fact, 141 individual schools or school systems are listed by the Defense Logistics Agency’s July 2016 Inventory as having former military property in their possession. Some of these items are pretty standard, some are frightening to think about, and some are pretty difficult to make sense of. Below are a few of the latter.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Knowing that this kind of military grade equipment was going to be on my child's school campus would be all the motivation I would need to pull that child out of school so quickly that it would make the Principal's head spin, and either home school them, or get them enrolled in a private school with a philosophy that sticking a gun in a kid's face, every time they misbehave, is real overkill.

Sep 10 10:11

ITT Tech’s Legacy: Angry Grads With Lots Of Debt

When ITT Technical Institute announced it was closing its doors on Tuesday, Zach Seigel, ITT class of 2008, was thrilled. Not for himself, he says, but for all the people who now won’t be saddled with the same debt and useless degree that he is: $40,000 of student loans he can’t discharge and an associate degree in applied science that he says didn’t lead to any paid work.

Seigel’s story is not unique; in fact, the many dissatisfied and debt-laden former ITT students just like him helped contribute to ITT’s demise. The school suddenly closed all 130 of its schools this week, just as the semester was beginning, leaving approximately 40,000 students and 8,000 employees out of class and out of work. In a statement that placed the blame squarely on the government, ITT said the Department of Education’s “complete disregard” for “due process” left it with no choice but to close.

Sep 10 10:08

Adjunct Sues University…Wins Easily

The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday filed a complaint against Adams State University administrators on behalf of Danny Ledonne, a former adjunct professor of mass communications and video production employee who was banned from campus after he repeatedly criticized the university on a personal website called

Banned from campus for criticizing the university. What horrible things did he say?

Ledonne wrote about pay differences between faculty members and administrators and questioned the university's hiring practices…Adams State issued Ledonne a no-trespass order this fall. The complaint, filed in a federal court in Colorado, alleges violations of Ledonne’s free speech and due process rights, as well as false and defamatory claims by the university that his behavior was threatening.

Sep 10 08:53

Federal College Tax Credits Cost $32 Billion/Year And Have Zero Effect On Applications Or Enrollment

This study examines the effect of information about tax credits for college using a sample of over 1 million students or prospective students in Texas. We sent emails and letters to students that described tax credits for college and tracked college outcomes. We find that for all three of our samples—already enrolled students, students who had previously applied to college but were not currently enrolled, and rising high school seniors—that information about tax credits for college did not affect reenrollment, application, and enrollment respectively.

Sep 10 08:46

BREAKING: DONALD TRUMP to Attend Phyllis Schlafly Funeral – Express Condolences (Updated)

Phyllis Schafly was one of my earliest and most important political influences. RIP Phyllis. We will finish the job! Bless you Donald Trump!

Exclusive from Eagle Forum representatives…

Donald Trump will attend the funeral service tomorrow in St. Louis of friend and supporter Phyllis Schlafly.

Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly passed away at age 92 on Monday.

Schlafly was a constitutional lawyer, conservative activist, author, speaker, columnist and founder of the Eagle Forum.

Phyllis was active promoting conservative agenda until her passing. She wrote a weekly column for over 50 years. Schlafly released a book in August with co-authors Ed Martin and Bret Decker – The Conservative Case for Trump.

In March Phyllis Schlafly endorsed Donald Trump for president at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis.

Sep 09 16:39

Taking A Sit: Teacher Punished After Forcing Student To Stand For Pledge Of Allegiance

A high school teacher has been suspended after trying to physically force a 15-year-old student to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. The teen had been harassed by staff for his decision to sit, despite being protected under the First Amendment.

Sep 09 14:06

Don't Be Surprised If Colin Kaepernick Prompts More Schoolchildren To Sit For The Pledge Of Allegiance

Colin Kaepernick is a role model whether you like it or not. Many view Kaepernick’s choice of protest as disrespecting the flag, our armed forces and America itself, but the vitriol toward the football player represents the fears that children may grasp the power of civil disobedience. Students who idolize athletes like Kaepernick may also mimic him at school and sit during the pledge of allegiance in protest.

Children in our broken US school system have many reasons to take a seat.

Sep 08 17:30

You sexist guys, here More Campus Lunacy

College students are told they can't say 'you guys' because it might be sexist and they can't ask Asian strangers for help with math

Clark University in Worcester, Mass, has hired a chief diversity officer
She informed freshmen on 'microaggressions' they should avoid
Students should avoid asking a black student if he plays basketball
The term 'microaggression' refers to everyday subtle insults

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Sep 07 07:18

Darwinism's Psychological Impact

Sep 06 19:41

The complicated ways that money messes with your morals

At some time or another you’ve probably found yourself in a bar where the richest person present seems to be the slowest to reach for their wallet when it’s time to buy a round. You might wonder whether they were always this mean, and maybe that helped them become rich? Or is there something about having money that’s made them mean?

Sep 06 11:02

40,000 Students In Limbo, 8,000 Employees Fired As ITT Suddenly Shuts Down

The long-running tragic saga of ITT Education Services, which was established nearly 50 ago and operates the ITT Technical Institutes for-profit college chain, finally came to a end this morning with both a bang and a whimper, when it announced that it is shutting down effective immediately, leaving the fate of 40,000 students currently enrolled in limbo, and some 8,000 workers without a job.

The company said the closure is due to an investigation and sanctions by the U.S. Department of Education.

"It is with profound regret that we must report that ITT Educational Services, Inc. will discontinue academic operations at all of its ITT Technical Institutes permanently after approximately 50 years of continuous service," the company stated Tuesday. "Effective today, the company has eliminated the positions of the overwhelming majority of our more than 8,000 employees."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I really feel for these students; this has got to be a nightmare moment for many of them.

Sep 05 15:39

Over 109,000 Students Endure Physical Punishment Every Year

Trey Clayton, who grew up in Mississippi, was used to being paddled. By his own admission, he disobeyed teachers and didn’t do his homework. He chose paddling over suspension.

But one day he talked back to the school librarian and was sent to the principal’s office. Here’s how he tells what happened next:

Sep 03 16:27

The Law: Should be Required Reading in Washington, D.C.

Read The Law. It will change all your assumptions about what the role of government should be in your life in only 76 pages. When you’re done, make your friends read The Law. If they won’t, stop being friends with them. Send a copy to your Representatives and Congressmen and ask them what the hell they think they’re doing with this country of ours.

Sep 03 08:45

White cop who body-slammed black girl faces no charges

A white US police officer, whose outrageous actions against a 16-year-old African-American girl captured on cameras last year, will not face criminal charges, a prosecutor says.

South Carolina prosecutor Solicitor Dan Johnson decided on Friday not to criminally charge officer Ben Fields, who was seen on videos violently handcuffing the girl at Spring Valley High School in Columbia last October.

Fields, the school resource officer was seen slamming the girl and wrapping his forearm around her neck before dragging her from behind her desk and throwing her across the classroom to handcuff her. He called on the girl to surrender her mobile phone but she refused.

The incident made headlines and caused outrage across the nation last year.

In a 12-page court report, the prosecutor, however, said he found no probable cause to charge Fields. Johnson only expressed concerns over the “manner” in which Fields handled the situation.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I guess this teen was bloody lucky that she didn't get shot; but this is what education in Amerika has become, when brutal police corporal punishment for the most minor of infractions is the "new normal".

Parents, if you possibly can, please get your kids out of public schools and home school them NOW!!!

Public schools in this country have become intellectually useless; brutal; and a form of prison for our kids.

No child deserves this, period, end of discussion.

Sep 03 06:43

IPCC Fails, Universities Now Take Over Censorship Role on Global Cooling

Sep 01 15:32

Safe Space Room Debuts At Duke University…

Sep 01 14:37

Congress Officially Says "Banks Are the Top of the Pyramid"

Found this in the Congressional archives from 1974 – with details showing that the top 8 banks own most of the media, utility companies, gas & energy and other sectors of the economy... control over the U.S. is assumed, even by the Senate.

Via InformedDissent. Please subscribe/share.

Sep 01 08:44

7 Out Of 10 Millennials Are "Disengaged" From Meaningful Employment

Gallup recently released what it described as the "most robust and comprehensive study of the millennial generation" combining more that 30 separate studies involving more than 1 million respondents. In summary, the report found Millennials to be disengaged, aloof and completely incapable of prioritizing their own workload all while requiring constant pats on the back from management. Well, we could have told you that (and we have on many occasions) without doing any research at all.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We are seeing another "Lost Generation" of young people who have grown up with the constant reminder that it doesn't matter how hard they work, their lives will not get any better ... so why bother?

Aug 29 10:54

Lipstadt-Irving "Denial” movie: Caught in a lie before the movie even debuts

There is a crucial misrepresentation in the movie "Denial" about David Irving contra Deborah Lipstadt, where Irving is represented as saying: “... I’ve got a thousand dollars to give anyone who can show me a document that proves the Holocaust.”

In fact, David Irving never offered $1000 for any document that could “prove the Holocaust.”

In Atlanta on 11 November 1994, Deborah Lipstadt gave a presentation wherein, in addition to making derogatory statements about Mr. Irving without realizing that he was present, she claimed that she knew of “a blueprint of a gas chamber complete with the openings through which the S.S. tipped the pellets of cyanide.”

Mr. Irving stood up and issued to Professor Lipstadt the following challenge: “I have here a thousand dollars for you if you can produce to this audience, now or at any time in the future, this document about which you have just lied to them.”

Aug 28 08:11

Mandatory Vaccination in CA: Let’s School a Federal Judge

By Jon Rappoport

Judge Sabraw: here’s something you didn’t know about the DPT shot…

I’ll repeat myself a bit here, in case you missed my last article. Then I’ll get into something else, something dangerous that a Federal Judge knows nothing about…

Federal Judge Dana Sabraw is overseeing a lawsuit against mandatory vaccination in California.

So far, Sabraw has denied a petition to suspend mandatory vaccination for school children while the case moves forward.

He believes tradition and history are on the side of forced vaccinations. That’s because he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Or he’s just making it up out of thin air...

Aug 27 12:54

Grotesquely Incompetent Judge Won’t Suspend Mandatory Vaccination

By Jon Rappoport

“Hey, let’s just make up stuff in court, it’s a party.”

I’ll keep this as simple as I can.

The infamous SB277, passed into CA law in 2015, made vaccines mandatory for school children in the state.

Last month, a lawsuit was filed, with the purpose of overturning the law. The lawyers asked Federal Judge Dana Sabraw to keep the law from going into effect while the case moves forward.

Sabraw just said no...

Aug 27 09:23

Harvard Professor Creates Blueprint for Ending Cash in US; Calls for Immediate Phasing Out of $20 Bills

The attack on cash has entered a new stage. Kenneth Rogoff, the Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University and the former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, is out with an essay this morning in the Wall Street Journal titled,The Sinister Side of Cash.

Aug 25 12:53

Where Has All The Money For Our Schools Gone?

As fall approaches, millions of moms and dads are scrambling to prepare for the first day of school, excited to support their children’s success.

But are schools ready to receive our kids and foster that success? Increasingly, the answer is no.

Aug 24 14:44

Bill Clinton Took $17 Million from for-profit College (While Hillary vows crackdown on ‘predatory’ schools)

Over five years, former president Bill Clinton earned $17.6 million from the world’s largest for-profit education company, Laureate Education, Inc. In his role as “honorary chancellor,” Clinton has traveled the world on Laureate’s behalf, extolling the virtues of the school.

Aug 24 14:34

Colleges Are Lunatic Asylums

As the fall semester begins, parents, students, taxpayers and donors should be made aware of official college practices that should disgust us all.

Aug 24 14:27

Colleges Are Lunatic Asylums

As the fall semester begins, parents, students, taxpayers and donors should be made aware of official college practices that should disgust us all.

Hampshire College will offer some of its students what the school euphemistically calls “identity-based housing.” That’s segregated housing for students who — because of their race, culture, gender or sexual orientation — have “historically experienced oppression.” I’d bet the rent money that Hampshire College will not offer Jewish, Irish, Polish, Chinese or Catholic students segregated housing. Because there is no group of people who have not faced oppression, Hampshire College is guilty of religious and ethnic discrimination in its housing segregation policy.

Aug 24 08:18

Gates Foundation chief admits Common Core mistakes

That may be news only to the Gates Foundation. As this new biting editorial in the Los Angeles Times — with the headline, “Gates Foundation failures show philanthropists shouldn’t be setting America’s public school agenda” — says:

It was a remarkable admission for a foundation that had often acted as though it did have all the answers. Today, the Gates Foundation is clearly rethinking its bust-the-walls-down strategy on education — as it should. And so should the politicians and policymakers, from the federal level to the local, who have given the educational wishes of Bill and Melinda Gates and other well-meaning philanthropists and foundations too much sway in recent years over how schools are run.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Having a lot of money doesn't make you smart. It just makes you rich ... and when you add a tendency to meddle in the lives of others with your money, disaster results.

Aug 23 15:01


Aug 23 14:20

Children of the American Police State: Just Another Brick in the Wall

With every school police raid and overzealous punishment that is carried out in the name of school safety, the lesson being imparted is that Americans—especially young people—have no rights at all against the state or the police.

Aug 23 11:50

If Kids Aren’t Gender Confused Yet, They Will Be When School Is Done With Them

An elementary school in Albuquerque, NM has a new policy to go along with the new school year. Just in case kids are gender confused, teachers are no longer allowed to address children as “boys and girls.”

After the Bathroom Hullabaloo of 2016, you would have thought that things might settle down and we could go about our business, peeing wherever we want to pee and that would be that.

But no.

No, now children as young as kindergarten age are being taught in classrooms in which teachers have been ordered to “eliminate gender.”

Of course, I don’t want to see anyone be cruel to children who are confused about their identity. But I also think this is a very alarming educational trend that is going to cause much more harm than good.

By the way, Albuquerque isn’t alone in teaching children about “gender fluidity.” Schools across the country are taking “you can be anything you want” to a whole new level.

Aug 23 09:52

Hundreds Of CA Children Sent Home On First Day Of School Due To New Vaccination Law

The new state law took effect July 1. Now, parents can no longer use personal or religious beliefs as a reason not to have their kids immunized.

This school year, kindergartners and seventh graders must show proof of immunizations.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I have a two-word solution for parents who have done the due dilligence, and understand what the health problems are with vaccinations: home schooling.

And please don't believe that codswallop that all vaccines are benign. Take a good, hard look at the following links:

Vaccine Maker Admits On FDA Website That DTaP Vaccine Causes Autism

If Vaccines don’t cause Autism why is it a side effect listed on the package insert with the FDA!

213 Women Who Took Gardasil Suffered Permanent Disability

Vaccine Injuries and Deaths Continue to Increase in Federal Vaccine Court

The Vaccine Court would not be necessary if vaccines were really all that safe.

Remember: the pharmaceutical industry is one of the most powerful lobbies in the country, and has "purchased" legislation, through strategic contributions to candidates, in order to create legislation which makes vaccinations mandatory, like that seen in California.

Aug 23 09:14

BEX Alert!! - "So you’re a Jew and you’re starting college? Prepare for anti-Zionism."

Congratulations, new college freshmen! Welcome to what will undoubtedly be some of the most exciting years of your life. Get ready to meet new people, learn things that fascinate you, and figure out who you are and who you want to be.

If you’re Jewish, you should probably also prepare yourself for the various forms of anti-Israel sentiment, and maybe even anti-Semitism, you’re likely to encounter on your new college campus.

Aug 23 05:30

Cornell University student exposes his own university’s pro-GMO corruption in shocking open letter

My name is Robert, and I am a Cornell University undergraduate student. However, I’m not sure if I want to be one any more. Allow me to explain.

Aug 22 07:18

The Internet Cheers This Teacher’s New Homework Policy

"Dear Parents,

After much research this summer, I am trying something new...

Research has been unable to prove that homework improves student performance. Rather, I ask that you..."

Aug 21 03:58

Nuclear War Survival Skills [PDF]

Aug 19 18:52

Outrage at North Carolina college as 'white, male, Christian able-bodied and straight' students are told 'to check their privilege' in poster campaign

A North Carolina university became embroiled in controversy on Friday after a student group posted a 'privilege board' on campus which calls on white, male, able-bodied, Christian, or cisgender people to 'check their privilege.'

Students at Appalachian State University notice the board when they enter Plemmons Student Union, a major campus hub that has allowed the incendiary board to remain in place since last semester.

Aug 19 15:25

$135,000 Gold-Backed Scholarship Fund Launched to Help Students Cope with Federal Reserve Induced Tuition Inflation

By Jp Cortez

A major national precious metals dealer announced today the creation of the first gold-backed scholarship fund to support outstanding students who understand that gold is money and can articulate the failures of the inflation-creating Federal Reserve System.

Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer recently ranked “Best in the USA,” teamed up with the Sound Money Defense League, setting aside 100 oz of physical gold, currently worth $135,000, to help outstanding students pay for ever-rising education costs...

Aug 19 12:18

This School Skips The Principal’s Office And Sends Children To The Mindfulness Room

Remember the doom, gloom and trembles of being sent to the Principal’s office as a child? And didn’t it seem just a little, oh…I don’t know…pointless? For one thing, the “good kids” avoided the office like the plague and the “bad kids” would continue to act up repeatedly because they had already…

Aug 18 17:23

More PC Bovine Excrement : Princeton HR department — Don’t use word ‘man’

The Princeton University HR department has largely wiped the word “man” from its vocabulary. The relatively new policy in effect at the Ivy League institution spells out the directive in a four-page memo that aims to make the department more gender inclusive.

Aug 17 20:10

Illinois Institutes Chilling New Mandate For Schools To Teach Children How To Submit To Police

Waking Times Media

The police state apparatus will now condition children to prostrate themselves before their masters as they are extorted during traffic stops. Illinois drivers education now includes instructions on how to properly allow police to generate revenue.

Aug 17 12:54

After he was shot, 9-year-old Kansas City boy snuggled up to his big brother and died, dad says

The majority of Black Americans murdered every year are killed by other blacks. But the enablers are in DC!

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police believe that at some point the people responsible for the murders of two boys early Saturday morning at 58th and College were inside the home.

"I do not get it. I swear. We have to protect the future. He's the future," said Jayson Ugwuh, Jayden Ugwuh's dad.

Montell and JaydenUgwuh was only 9-years-old and his cousin Montell Ross, 8-years-old. They were killed early Saturday morning when a gunman sprayed bullets into the family home where Jayden and Montell were sleeping. Altogether, there were six children sleeping inside the home at the time.

Aug 17 12:37

James Howard Kunstler: Racketeering Is Ruining Us

Racketeering is just pervasive in all of our activities. Not just in politics but in things even like medicine and education. Obviously the college loan scheme is an example of racketeering. Anybody who has to go to an emergency room with a child whose broken their finger or something, is going to end up with a bill for $20,000. You know why? Because of medical racketeering. And so, these are really efforts to money-grub by any means necessary, often in ways that are unethical and probably illegal. Let’s use that word racketeering to describe our national situation.

And let’s remember by the way, the activities of the central banks is just another form of racketeering. Using debt issuance and attempting to control interest rates in order to conceal our inability to generate the kind of real wealth that we need to continue as a techno-industrial society.

Aug 17 10:18


In America today, more than 60 million people live in multi-generational households. That number is so large that it may seem difficult to believe, but the truth is that vast numbers of young adults have had to move back in with their parents and grandparents in recent years due to the deteriorating economy. Millions of our young people cannot find decent jobs once they leave school, and millions of them are absolutely overwhelmed by debt. Of course some of them are just lazy, but whatever the reason it is undeniable that multi-generational households are on the rise. According to the Pew Research Center, 12 percent of the U.S. population was living in multi-generational households back in 1980. Today, that number is up to 19 percent. That means nearly one out of every five U.S. adults now live with their parents or their grandparents.

One of the big culprits, of course, is student loan debt.

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Young people must, right now, do their own due dilligence about what jobs will most likely exist in what fields by the time they have graduated; do not believe one thing a college counselor might tell you, because they are there to assure that classroom seats are filled, and the appropriate tuitions paid, either through private means, or student loans, which can haunt you.

If you do a web search on, here is a question you may want to ask:

What are the best paying jobs which do not require a college degree?

You may be surprised at what is possible here, and will not put you under a mountain of debt. And you need to start looking in your sophomore year of high school.

Aug 16 09:55


“People have to find a more socially acceptable way to deal with their frustration, their anger and resentment,” Sheriff Clarke said, adding the “war on police” mentality was a “political construct” that had been implemented by the left for a political end.

“Same thing, same model, same subversive groups involved with different names now, different generation of course – as all those folks and the students for a Democratic society got old,” Clarke said.

Here are a few excerpts from Sheriff Clarke’s insightful press conference:

“Police use of force serves as an igniter — there’s no doubt — but to an already volatile mix of urban pathologies, failed urban policy that exacerbates inescapable poverty, failing public schools, inadequate parenting. Father-absent homes — we all know when fathers are not around to shape the behavior of young boys, they often times grow up to be unmanageable misfits that police have to deal with in an aggressive fashion.”

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In listening and watching the people who were rioting, I had to shake my head, and ask, "Where were the parents of these people while they were growing up?!?

Did they not understand that without the ability to speak and write a standard English, that their kids were doomed to never find decent, well paying jobs?!?

And what about the abject failure of their school system?!? Every school administrator and teacher in that district of Milwaukee should be immediately canned, the teacher's union (if it exists) be scrapped in favor of a teachers who can really teach, using a performance-based curriculum which measures a teacher's worth to the district by the level of comprehension of material presented, but not "teaching to the test", which has been enshrined by Common Core.

With love and structure, kids can - and will - learn.

Remember the great film, "Stand and Deliver"?!?

This was based on a true story, where a math teacher in East LA was tired of being told that his kids "couldn't really do math", and had them compete at such a high level that the district accused him of "cheating" to get scores as high as those kids did.

When they were re-tested, with monitors in their room, they tested just as high - if not higher - than they did the first timed.

Milwaukee needs an ARMY of teachers like this, who get well compensated for what they do.

Aug 16 09:37


When Maria Rivera got a bill from Orange County for her young son's year in juvenile detention, she sold her house to pay for it, but ended up short, and the county got a court order for another $10K to pay the remainder and various fees and penalties.

When Rivera declared bankruptcy, the county refused to let up, arguing that the law that prevents parents from escaping their child-support duties in bankruptcy applied to parents who'd been dinged for their kids' jail time. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the county, saying that this was bullshit, and letting Rivera get on with her life.

The court wrote that the case was "troubling" because it "compromise[s] the goals of juvenile correction and the best interests of the child, and, ironically, impair the ability of his mother to provide him with future support."

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Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!!

Aug 15 12:35

SCHOOL TYRANNY: Honors Students Forced to Repeat Grade for Opting Out of Government Testing

A parental rights group, Opt Out Florida, wrote on its website that the suit was "an indictment of test and punish ... systems everywhere", and that "a positive outcome from this case will have repercussions nationally – for the benefit of ALL children in public schools."

The lawsuit aims to have the policy declared unconstitutional. This is an excerpt from the lawsuit:

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Good on these parents; I hope the outcome here is successful.

What the alleged "educational purpose" of schooling in this country has become is all about getting Federal funding by encouraging compliance and indoctrination, rather than teaching critical thinking, making morally mature choices, and truly intellectually grasping the material which is presented to them.

Our kids cannot begin to keep up with kids in Asia, or Scandinavia, in terms of math, language, and science; and I cannot help thinking that to some degree, this has been deliberate on the part of this government.

Thinking, intellectually capable citizens wouldn't put up with one tenth of the codswallop Americans swallow in terms of their government's phony narratives.

Aug 15 09:24

New Treatment for Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis

I have Crohn's and a host of the side effects. I am going to be trying a new treatment to balance my serotonon/dopamine levels.I have to thank Hillary. Doing research on her health problems lead me to this.
Crohn's disease and a whole host of other chronic disorders we suffer are due to neurotransmitter imbalance. They have discovered genetic markers for Crohn's which cause the imbalance. People with Scandanavian and Ashkenazi Jewish genes carry the defective genes. I gotta double whammy.

There is a known genetic defect of neurotransmitter transporters (OCTN1/OCTN2) in the gastrointestinal tract of IBD patients.1 OCTN1 and OCTN2 are responsible for the transport of dopamine and serotonin. Because these transporters are defective, serotonin levels are too high causing serotonin toxicity, tissue damage, and the generation of symptoms.2,3

Aug 13 08:53

The Decline of Civility

It is the height of dishonesty, as far as blacks are concerned, to blame our problems on slavery, how white people behave and racial discrimination. If those lies are not exposed, we will continue to look for external solutions when true solutions are internal. Those of us who are old enough to know better need to expose these lies.

One of the unavoidable consequences of youth is the tendency to think behavior we see today has always been. I’d like to dispute that vision, at least as it pertains to black people.

Read Walter E. Williams' full article here:

Aug 12 15:32

Children held at Australian camp suffer assaults, sexual abuse-leaked documents

More than 2,000 incidents, including sexual abuse, assault and attempted self-harm, were reported in about two years at an Australian detention center for asylum seekers in Nauru, more than half involving children, a newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Australia said it was seeking to confirm all reports had been dealt with by Nauru police. "It's important to note many of these incident reports reflect unconfirmed allegations," a spokeswoman for Australia's Department of Immigration said.

The more than 2,000 leaked incident reports published by the Guardian cover the period between August 2013 and October 2015.

Children account for less than 20 percent of the roughly 500 detainees held on Nauru. The were 59 reports of assaults on children in the period, and seven reports of sexual assaults. Some of the reports alleged abuse by guards against children, while there other reports of sexual advances by unknown men.

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A memo to the Australian people, and the government in Canberra.

I have been to Sydney, and loved it; the people were wonderful, outspoken and honest, very smart and very compassionate.

As a born-US citizen, from California, I thoroughly understand the problems that an uncontrolled border can cause. Illness, crime, gangs, etc., tend to result from an open border policy; I get it.

But where the heck is compassion for these kids?!?

Canberra, I am gently calling you out on this, and asking you to find some other way of dealing with these children, who are being "punished" for the sins of their parents who were attempting to immigrate illegally to Australia.

Why can you not be working with international adoption agencies, which could potentially place these kids in homes where they will receive love, education, and structure?!? Wouldn't it ultimately be cheaper for the Australian government as well?!?

When kids get this, it makes a tremendous difference, and they can then give back to society.

The Australian government had a brilliant concept with the incredibly functional public transportation system in Sidney; surely, that intelligence, daring, and far-sightedness which created such a terrific transport system can find a different way of dealing with these children, so that they can have hope again in their lives.

Aug 12 09:03

Detroit makes community college free - Starting this year, any graduating high school senior who is accepted to one of Detroit's five community colleges won't have to pay a dime for tuition

Starting this year, any graduating high school senior who is accepted to one of Detroit's five community colleges won't have to pay a dime for tuition.

Aug 11 11:01

Back to School Shots: How Your Child is Being Programmed

By Missy Fluegge

Many parents already know that it is common practice for health departments, schools, and insurance companies to offer prizes to children and their families for being vaccinated. These programs have been implemented across the country and are designed to boost vaccination rates, rather than protect children’s health.

Prizes are also offered to health care providers who increase their immunization rates and fully immunize babies and toddlers within their practices.

However, parents may be surprised to learn about, later in this article, the massive amounts of money some doctors receive as bonus payments for vaccinating young patients. This article is a must-read for all parents, whether or not you have a child who will be resuming traditional school in the fall...

Aug 11 09:51


Months later, on a hot July day in this small town in North Carolina, Scott was watching the news with his mother, Stephanie Grice. Three days earlier, Alton Sterling had been fatally shot by a police officer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Two days earlier, police in Minnesota had shot and killed Philando Castile. The night before, five police officers had been gunned down in Dallas. Like the rest of the nation, Scott and Grice couldn’t turn away.

Grice, who works as a patient account representative at a nearby medical center, said she can’t help but wonder if her son’s harsh punishment was influenced by the color of his skin. Both students involved in the fight were black; the school police officer, named Pete Smith, was white.

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So, THIS is what passes for "education" in American public schools?!?

I swear, if Mike and I had had children, we would have found a state where home schooling was completely legal, and home schooled our kid.

There are a zillion ways to break up a fight, and deal with a kid's behaviour that is less than ideal, other than with a stun gun.

But tasering a child, when that practice can potentially kill the child?!?

That's just way out of line, and so completely morally bankrupt, on the part of those adults who are allegedly working in a school setting to help kids blossom intellectually, that I cannot even begin to articulate how hurtful and stupid this practice is.

Aug 11 09:33


A mother is suing Chicago Public Schools (CPS) after her 6-year-old daughter was allegedly handcuffed by a security guard and left near the premises’ boiler room under the stairs for more than an hour.

The incident reportedly occurred at Fernwood Elementary School back in March after the child took some candy from the teacher’s desk without permission.

The security guard in question, who has since been dismissed from his job, and the CPS are named in the lawsuit which alleges use of excessive force, false imprisonment and causing emotional distress.

“She was under the stairs, handcuffed, in the school, by the boilers. You can't treat children like that," the girl’s mother, Marlena Wordlow, told reporters.

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This is why, when you live in the urban inner city areas, that you can never allow your child to attend the local public school.

There are a zillion ways to make a 6 year old realize that what she had done was bad behaviour, other than handcuffing, under the stairs, near the boiler.

That her teacher and the security guard who did this apparently didn't realize that there were alternatives to this process does not augur well for public education in Chicago.

Aug 09 13:46

Muslim Teen Arrested For Bringing Clock To US School Files Lawsuit

The family of Ahmed Mohamed, the American Muslim boy from Texas who was arrested by police after his teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb, has sued school officials and others saying his civil rights were violated.

Aug 09 09:50

‘Universities For Terrorists’ EU Prisons Turning Into Radicalization Hotspots

France is one of the countries hardest hit by the wave of terror.

Aug 08 12:14

Robo-Chef: Pizza ATM Fires Up Snacks At University In Cincinnati

Just when you thought pizza couldn’t get any more convenient, Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio is installing an ATM that will cook and distribute the fast food to students from a ‘hole in the wall’ inside its cafeteria.